July 11, 2020

Nikiwe Dlova is a creative hair artist and stylist from Johannesburg, South Africa, whose works will truly amaze you. Her vision of hair and the hairstyles that she creates are incredibly intricate, colourful and ever-changing in shape and form. In this interview she s...

July 11, 2020

Determined to continue the conversation on Native American identities, I spoke to University of Kent Scholar David Stirrup about the Native American stereotype.


TK: How do you think the Native American identity developed in Western perception? There is a stereotype bas...

July 6, 2020

There is no denying that the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted culture and the arts severely. With theatres and music venues remaining closed for the forseeable future, it has become even more crucial to celebrate the work of artists, musicians and performers. In this int...

June 4, 2020

Identity conflict is a deep-rooted societal issue that many of us can relate to, especially the feeling of not belonging anywhere. Now, imagine that you have always felt that there is more to you than what history and everyone else tells you; a certainty that you are m...

June 4, 2020

Image courtesy of Turner Contemporary

Theatres? Closed. Museums? Closed. Art Galleries? Closed. One could be forgiven for assuming that the Covid-19 pandemic has put culture on pause. However, with the help of digital resources, culture has never been as thriving as it...

April 28, 2020

Pianist Valentina Lisitsa alongside the Philharmonia, gave audiences at the Marlowe the beautiful segue into spring. From the treat that is Tchaikovsky’s The Tempest, to the headline of the show Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, Musical Pictures succeeds in showc...

We all have been teenagers having questions that needed to be answered. ‘Ask Me Anything’, created by a dramatic troupe called The Paper Birds, aims to cross the generational bridge by answering questions of real-life teenagers. It shows that modern teenagers have very...

April 10, 2020

The ‘I do Art’ Exhibition of art, fashion and music took place at The Deep End, Medway’s student hub, on March the 12th. The showcase brought together the work of university students, and featured a diverse range of artistic work such as paintings, drawings, digital ar...

April 2, 2020

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Last term, director Jonny Brace made his debut with the T24 show Dead to the World which detailed the story of a girl whose boyfriend comes back as a zombie. The original story’s scope received immense praise for its ability to be witty but al...

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